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Sep 28, 2010 12:00am CDT
stream out of western canada. that's supplying that cool flow of air and that's a pattern we're not expected to see change appreciably until about wednesday. then we'll be back in the cold again. let's check our forecast. first of all for tonight skies, clouds early, well, mostly cloudy let's say thereafter. calm winds. cool temperatures by the morning hours. low temperature 43 to 49 degrees. then for tuesday mostly cloudy with an isolated shower possible. high temperature between about 60 and 65. northwest winds expected. tomorrow night partly cloudy and cool by sunrise. 44 to 49-degree low temperatures. not too bad just yet and wednesday should be the warmest day of the week. fairly comfortable temperatures ranging between about 70 and 75. as winds turn southwesterly from 5 to 15 miles per hour. 7-day forecast promises that cold outbreak by the weekend. friday, saturday and probably sunday will have daytime highs mostly in the 50s. probably as you see there lower 50s for a day or two. but the bigger story may be what happens during the overnight hours with temperatures drop
Sep 15, 2010 9:00pm CDT
about the weather pattern that has shaped up is the speed with which canada is filled with cold air. it's oozed into the northern tier of states too. that will never really in full strength come down into the chicago area. because the upper winds are strong from the west. still winds off the lake will be a big factor this weekend. and we've had clouds increase through the day. our models show storms developing as the night goes on. we expect these to thicken up as the night proceeds. but it's 72 tonight and that's not bad at o'hare. 74 at midway. here you see a plot of the temperatures across the metro area. and the dew points which have crept higher. they mask the fact of low dew points in this area that the air south is more humid and flooding up into this system that's going to race across here and produce big rains today here in minnesota. look at the rains in rosemount, minnesota. showers and thunderstorms came through that area. there they are. and here's redwood falls in southwestern minnesota. this is the weather system that's working in our direction. there have been really imp
Sep 23, 2010 9:00pm CDT
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Sep 12, 2010 9:00pm CDT
really impressive. this is our temperature forecast, a cool air from canada, dropping into the midwest and hanging around much of this coming week. in fact, several days, we will probably struggle to make 70 degrees. notice plenty of hot air continues to cling to the nation's southern half. the sun belt looking at temperatures from california to florida. upper 80s, even low 90s for some of the regions. that's all that is left of popup thunderstorms that invaded the area earlier this evening. there were some wind gusts, close to 30-miles an hour and brief heavy downpours, but they are dieing out. let's check our forecast for tonight. no showers, low, 52-57 degrees and for monday, the morning clouds maybe, but then the sun will come back out. high temperature, 7-h76-80. tomorrow night, mostly cloudy, not much wind, 54-58-degree lows. during the day on tuesday, we expect the clouds to increase. that may produce passing showers, but that will have to overcome the drying effects of the lake breeze, high temperature, 71-75. better chance wednesday into thursday of seeing showers and thunders
Sep 25, 2010 12:00am CDT
in the week. then by next week as this animation continues, another round of cold air will sink from canada. watch this come down. this is not this weekend but the weekend beyond. and that suggests some very cold air envelopi the midwest. fall will really feel like fall about ten days from now. this is radar returns from e dakotas showing some rain showers. we expect will be in here tomorrow night. some showers north of the great lakes bothering the upper peninsula. bringing in rain showers tomorrow night. not a big event. let's take a close watch of our local forecast for the remaining hours of this evening we're looking at partly cloudy skies. winds continue to die down a bit with a low temperature 47- 53. saturday some morning sunshine. and the clouds increase. a little bit of a breeze out there. high temperature in the 60s. tomorrow night cloudy, showers possible. low 44-49. another cool night for chicago. for sunday we'll finish up the weekend with morning clouds. maybe a peek or two of sun by the afternoon and a daytime high in the 60s. the seven-day forecast is promised showing the t
Sep 9, 2010 9:00pm CDT
showing canada filling up with warm air. there's a probability of another 80. a 45% probability of a 90- degree temperature from this point forward. that's based on 82 years of records. these are the cumulus clouds. micah said what were those clouds today? the blue sky later reappeared. but beneath those we had the coolest high temperature since we've had back in early june. look what happened in the north woods. 31 last night in glid den, wisconsin. and we were as cool as 41 in burlington, wisconsin. sugar grove at 45. pretty amazing how cool it was across the area. do we need a microphone here. all right. hang on to this. look at our temperature tonight at o'hare. already down to 58 degrees. it's 62 at midway. it's a cool night we've got coming up here with mixed clouds. and temperatures today that made it into the low 70s. if you were away from the lake. but only 67 at o'hare field. so it was cool. that's the view from kankakee. and here's what you would have seen down in arkansas today. where hermine's remnants were sending showers and thunderstorms through the air. same through her
Sep 13, 2010 9:00pm CDT
's like autumn in the north woods and north to canada. we'll get a taste of that tomorrow night. here's a 10-day forecast of the air mass movement. see how we sit astride this sharp temperature demarcation line? the blue is cold air, and the orange is hot air. look at this thing that comes down over the weekend and sweeps into northern minnesota, north dakota, and even upper michigan. we will get warm as that comes in, because it will turn our winds around to the south, produce a weather system that comes in from the west, and turns our winds southerly late in the weekend early next week. so we'll warm back up and not cool off until next week at some point. we have seven 80s left to go, history tells us, and there's a pretty good rain system coming too. generous sunshine tomorrow, rain out of the forecast. but wednesday, clouds over, there could be showers late in the day and there is a very good chance of downpour generating thunderstorms thursday night. it will taper to sprinkles and will end friday which will be beautiful, saturday is beautiful and a thunderstorm sunday as we begin
Sep 20, 2010 9:00pm CDT
, to 45 just north of williston, north dakota. look at how cold it is in canada. we'll be tapping into that air this weekend. it won't be in a massive gust. you can see the winds traversing the country from west to east. that puts strong winds overhead and allows our thunderstorms to poke up into those and tap that wind and bring it into the surface. part of the waves, we may have some strong winds tomorrow. look at the latest rain fall forecast with chicago get nothing on some of this moisture. our 7-day forecast shows 76. that was the high today. it will be up to 90 tomorrow. 82 should be the high on wednesday, and close to 90 or 91 on thursday. friday, 75, and the weekend, cool, in the lower mid-70s with winds off the lake. the vernal equinn ox wednesday night. >> with the 90s, you've created the fun, thank you. >> we'll bring the balloons, thank you . >>> photos of the day captures, let's go back one day, why not, bears win and a rainy day today. here are the chicago tribune photos of the day. ♪ ♪ hello sunshine ♪ sweet as you can be ♪ i love waking up [ chuckles ] ♪
Sep 22, 2010 9:00pm CDT
degrees. plenty of cold air up there in canada as it's making it way down the central plains. some of that air will be effecting us over the next seven days but not thunderstorm. look at these tonight. we have fallen to 65 at the moment with dew points in the low 60s across the area. that produces a mild overnight period. winds have been off of lake michigan all day today and the water temperature is 68. so that's had a cooling effect around the lake front. those areas adjacent in the 60s. there's that cold air. watch it slowly through the animation. you can see it's moving across and settling over the chicago area that following tomorrow's very warm high temperature. then retreating allowing a bit of a warm up but more cool air is coming in over the weekend and the weekend beyond. the weekends both look chilly. the next one after this next one looks very chilly. this is a map of present watches and warnings and so forth. this green area up to our north, those are actually flood watch areas. this is the reason. area of showers and thunderstorms that's tracking through southern minn
Sep 14, 2010 9:00pm CDT
at the cool air in canada. the oscillation index, of cold air at it lowest level indicating the build up of cool air will be quite extensive. yet it appears the jet stream on the south side of that cool air mass, and you can the see 46 tonight at marquette. we'll share is the coolest air to the east of us. still we're not going to see any 80s for a little while. northeast winds at 7. humidity 47%. high vol of mold -- value of mold spores. his is a bit of a front sagging southward. so we'll have a reenforcement of that cool air. see how the clouds build up tomorrow. these will be down play the rainfall. suggests we get anywhere from a third to 9/10 of an inch of rain tomorrow night. it's bringing into the cool air draped in high pressure. you'll see the model developing these showers and storms that will go across here tomorrow night. the peak tomorrow night through 5:00 a.m. tomorrow night is the point where they'll be most concentrated. thursday it'll be all over. and it could produce severe weather out to the west of us. we'll talk more about the
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